Be a Conduit for Change in Arlington
We are a group of Arlington residents who are committed to making our town inclusive, fostering awareness, community, and action, and creating safe spaces where all voices are welcome
7 to 9 pm and social time at 6:45 pm
Jefferson Cutter House
611 Massachusetts Ave
“Inclusion Day:” Friday, March 22nd
The men of The ManKind Project in New Zealand are holding an “Inclusion Day” this Friday, March 22nd.
On that day, those men will speak to those they meet, asking them, “What makes you unique, and a gift to the world?”
We ask you to participate in “Inclusion Day,” not only in support of New Zealand, but in terms of creating awareness of the value of diversity everywhere, and fostering pride.
Some men of the ManKind Project in the USA have signed on to do the same. More countries will likely join in.
So, on Friday, ask yourself and others: “What makes you unique, and a gift to this world?”
Arlington Reads Together in March, Libraries Go Fine Free
Date: 02/28/2019 11:54 AMMarch is Arlington Reads Together Month
Check out events, programs, and book discussions of this year’s community read “Refugee,” by Alan Gratz. View full information.
Arlington’s Libraries are Now Fine Free
Arlington joins a growing national trend by removing overdue fines on materials borrowed at the Robbins Library and Fox Branch Library. Read more information.